Calculus Removing and Teeth Polishing
That is the first procedure when the patient is visiting us for the first time. By this way we provide removing plaque and tartar between teeth, an important condition for healthy gums.
When patient has a severe tooth pain, then cleaning must be rescheduled for the next time, because of needs for relieving his condition.
With two visits a year, with our dentist we can have the desired smile, white and clean teeth, and do not forget the fresh breath of the mouth!
Preventing our teeth would save us at least part of the expensive dental treatment of damaged and complicated teeth.
Regular cleaning of the tartar is an imperative procedure, which involves removing the calcified plaque and sticking out the strains from the teeth and interdental spaces. This helps to promote gum health and tooth keeping abatement. The tooth stones pressure the gums and lead to their pull back, resulting unpleasant tooth sensitivity.
In addition to protecting our gums from unwanted tearing away from the teeth and subsequent shaking and even loss of teeth, a condition known as periodontitis. Tartar cleaning also helps the patient's fresh breath. The rough surface of the calculus is a good base for colonization by bacteria abundant in the oral cavity. In the space around the tooth, bacteria develop and their end products help for resulting tooth decay and damage the toothfixing ligaments. These microorganisms also help for bad breath of the patient's mouth, as well as for non-aesthetic pigmentation on dental surfaces. Accumulation of dental plaque and stone also leads to inflammation and swelling of the gums, which is visualized with their changed color from pale-pink to dark red. Inflamed gums have the ability to bleed spontaneously or under a slight pressure with a toothbrush or during a meal. The condition is known as gingivitis.